BSN | Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Required Core Courses

Lower Division Courses

NUR 2406 Community and Population Health Nursing (practicum)

Credits : 3

This course focuses on the conceptualization of family, groups and community as units of care. Emphasis is placed on the community assessment process and the development of strategies to assist populations throughout the life-span. This course will look at the strategic issues underlying community and population health including utilization of community agencies and complex organizations. Learners will also explore variables such as culture and the environment as influences in providing interventions. Learners will have a practicum to apply learned community health principles during this course.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2406 Community and Population Health Nursing (practicum)

Credits : 3

This course focuses on the conceptualization of family, groups and community as units of care. Emphasis is placed on the community assessment process and the development of strategies to assist populations throughout the life-span. This course will look at the strategic issues underlying community and population health including utilization of community agencies and complex organizations. Learners will also explore variables such as culture and the environment as influences in providing interventions. Learners will have a practicum to apply learned community health principles during this course.

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Nursing Elective Courses

Learners must take 15 semester credits of elective courses related to nursing or areas related to the skills needed by nurses.


Lower Division Courses

NUR 2406 Community and Population Health Nursing (practicum)

Credits : 3

This course focuses on the conceptualization of family, groups and community as units of care. Emphasis is placed on the community assessment process and the development of strategies to assist populations throughout the life-span. This course will look at the strategic issues underlying community and population health including utilization of community agencies and complex organizations. Learners will also explore variables such as culture and the environment as influences in providing interventions. Learners will have a practicum to apply learned community health principles during this course.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2406 Community and Population Health Nursing (practicum)

Credits : 3

This course focuses on the conceptualization of family, groups and community as units of care. Emphasis is placed on the community assessment process and the development of strategies to assist populations throughout the life-span. This course will look at the strategic issues underlying community and population health including utilization of community agencies and complex organizations. Learners will also explore variables such as culture and the environment as influences in providing interventions. Learners will have a practicum to apply learned community health principles during this course.

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